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Sarah Lemmon

Sarah is co-creator and editor of Seattle Greenlaker. A former journalist with a nose for news and a heart for people, she owns her own PR and consulting business called Lemmon PR. When Sarah’s not exploring Green Lake, she’s sewing or searching for the best bowl of ramen in the city.

Little Big Burger Is Coming To Green Lake

Let’s just say the anticipation has been building, but the wait is just about over. Little Big Burger, the Portland-based burger chain IS coming to Green Lake and will be open in early 2019, according to a company spokesperson. Initially slated to open in early 2017, permitting and changing general contractors caused significant delays, the […]

Green Lake Bathhouse Bathroom Renovations Begins

Summertime swimmers rejoice! The public restrooms and locker rooms at the Green Lake Bathhouse are being renovated. Contractors will begin this week by installing new doors on the path side of the building that will provide access to the existing facility restrooms. While the pathway in front of the theater will be “shifted” according to […]

Volunteer Opportunities Around Green Lake

If you are looking for ways to volunteer, here’s a few that could really use your help in our area – outdoors and indoors. Volunteer with the Green Lake Stewards November 10 9 a.m. – noon. Volunteer with the Green Lake Stewards. These folks help keep Green Lake invasive weed free and plant native plants […]

Meet Daisy

It’s been a while since we have done a Dogs of Green Lake post. But this one, taken during the (dog days of) summer made us smile and wish for the warmer weather. Here, Daisy poses with her family at a photo shoot taken by photographer Sara Montour Lewis.  Thanks for the photo, Sarah! And […]

“A Very Die Hard Christmas” Comes To Green Lake

A new holiday musical parody, a Very Die Hard Christmas, is coming to Green Lake this holiday season. The show runs December 1st – 23rd. It’s a Christmas miracle, Yippie Ki Yay! From the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a new musical parody that […]

Vote!

You have until November 6th to cast your ballot. And guess what Greenlakers? It is SO easy. You can drop it off at the Green Lake Community Center. And don’t worry about parking. The ballot box is in the front of the Center so you can park in the 15 minute parking area in the front […]

Meet The Green Lake Stewards

If you walk Green Lake regularly chances are you’ve seen them. Often wearing vests, and up to their elbows in weeds, the Green Lake Stewards are a volunteer group that has been helping to keep Green Lake Park free of invasive weeds since 2015. We chatted with Robin Hutcheson, a coordinator for the group, to […]

Nutty Squirrel Gelato Expands Menu To Include European Bakery Items

Nutty Squirrel Gelato recently invited us to preview their new menu. You may know Nutty Squirrel for their expansive gelato menu. But starting today that menu includes a full line of traditional European bakery items. This expansion makes Nutty Squirrel Gelato the closest European pasticceria (the Italian version of a French patisserie) to Green Lake. In […]

Free Healthy Home Visit From American Lung Association

With fall here, many of us are spending less time outdoors and more time inside. But for some homes the indoor air quality is not ideal. AmeriCorps and the American Lung Association are offering free healthy home checkups for Seattle residents. While they don’t do testing or cleaning, the group will give recommendations on how […]

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